BBC Radio 1’s Annie Mac has announced the full DJ line-up for the station’s legendary free party in Ibiza in August.
BBC Three's critically acclaimed film Murdered By My Boyfriend achieves 3.5m viewing figure and a BBC One repeat
Murdered By My Boyfriend, the critically-acclaimed and hugely impactful BBC Three film which first went out on the channel on Monday 23 June, has achieved an amazing Live +7 figure of 3.5m* and is to get a BBC One repeat on Sunday 20 July at 22.35pm. The film also achieved a high AI of 90** and follows in the footsteps of BBC Three’s 2012 award-winning one-off drama, My Murder.
Speaking today at the ‘Future of the Licence Fee’ seminar at City University in London, Tony Hall, Director-General, outlined plans for the BBC to adopt a mantra of ‘compete or compare’ including raising the possibility of major changes to BBC in-house production.
BBC Two announced today that Nurse is in production. It is a bittersweet comedy drama, created by and starring Paul Whitehouse in multiple character roles, alongside Esther Coles in the central role of Liz, a community psychiatric nurse.
Play School, SuperTed and Bod legend Derek Griffiths is joining The Thick Of It’s Roger Allam and Downton Abbey’s Lesley Nicol to breathe life into the new character of the Cloud Captain in brand-new episodes of hit animated series Sarah & Duck, showing on CBeebies in August.
A Carnival Films and BBC America co-production for BBC Two, The Last Kingdom is an adaptation of Bernard Cornwell’s best-selling series of books by BAFTA nominated and RTS award-winning writer Stephen Butchard.
The BBC today announced a number of teams will move out of Media Village, London W12, to bases in Salford, Birmingham, Caversham and other buildings in London as part of the ongoing strategy to reduce the size and cost of its property estate, to invest more of the Licence Fee in programmes, and build its presence outside the capital.
Journalist and presenter Victoria Derbyshire is to join the BBC News Channel to launch a new daily news and current affairs programme. At the same time, Matthew Amroliwala is announced as the new presenter for the flagship programme Global on BBC World News.
This observational documentary follows the remarkable lives of human and animal families living in Kenya’s Samburu National Reserve, and tells the story of a safari camp run by wildlife expert Saba Douglas-Hamilton and an elephant conservation charity run by her husband Frank Pope.
Presenters Ellie Harrison and Max Hug Williams follow the early lives of orphaned baby animals as they make their brave journeys back in to the wild, in a 2 x 60 minute series from the BBC’s award-winning Natural History Unit.
Ben Farrell, currently Head of Comedy at Objective Productions, is to join the BBC’s In-house comedy department as an executive producer, it was announced today by Myfanwy Moore, Controller, BBC Comedy Production.
Children’s novelist and writer for the 2012 Olympics opening ceremony Frank Cottrell Boyce completes the line-up of writers for series eight of the hit BBC One show Doctor Who.
The much-anticipated new series of Doctor Who will have its world premiere in Cardiff on August 7, BBC Wales has announced today (July 4, 2014).
Making its television debut on BBC Three, People Just Do Nothing goes behind the microphone of Kurupt FM - the second most popular pirate radio station in West London, receiving up to eight texts per show and playing the finest in UK garage and drum 'n' bass.
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